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    巴印军队再度发生交火 致1名印军士兵死亡
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      原标题:巴印军队再度发生交火 频繁交火引发民众恐慌

      当地时间15日,巴基斯坦和印度双方在克什米尔地区再度发生交火。印度军方在一份声明中称,巴基斯坦军 队当天向印方一侧开火。印度军方随即进行了回击。而此前,巴基斯坦外交部方面曾发布消息说,今年以来,印度 军队不断在克什米尔实际控制线附近制造事端,截至目前,印度已违反双边停火协议达542次之多 。

      印度军方称,巴基斯坦当天对印度“无故”开火,造成一名士兵死亡。克什米尔地区近期频繁的交火,令当地 民众非常恐慌。

      克什米尔 当地居民:突然就交火,可以想象会造成多大的损失,因为这个季节,大家都在户外放牧耕种。

      克什米尔 当地居民:持续的交火让我们生活得很艰难,我们面临很多问题。

      本月8日开始,巴基斯坦和印度双方在克什米尔地区多次发生交火,造成多人伤亡。双方均指责对方朝己方开 火。

      1947年印巴分治后,两国为争夺克什米尔地区发生过两次战争。2003年,双方在克什米尔实际控制线 一带达成停火协议,但此后双方仍时常指责对方破坏停火协议。


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    Jammu and Kashmir: Jawan killed by Pakistan cross-border LoC firing in Rajouri, says Army
    Jammu and Kashmir: News agency ANI reports that soldier Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was killed in unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan.
    By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 15, 2017 7:21 pm
    Line of control, Ceasefire violation, Jammu and kashmir, Rajouri ceasefire violation, Pakistan firing, pakistan ceasefire violationLine of control, Ceasefire violation, Jammu and kashmir, Rajouri ceasefire violation, Pakistan firing, pakistan ceasefire violation Jammu and Kashmir: Pakistan violated ceasefire yet again in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri district killing at least one Indian Army jawan.


    An Indian Army jawan was killed in cross-border firing across the Line of Control on Saturday by Pakistani Army in Jammu and Kashmir’s Rajouri sector, said the Indian Army as reported by PTI. News agency ANI reports that soldier Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was killed in unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan.

    A Defence spokesperson said today in a statement to the media: “Pakistan Army initiated unprovoked firing on Indian Army posts in Rajouri sector at around 1330 hours today. Indian Army retaliated strongly and effectively,” he said. Pakistani firing and shelling took place along the LoC in Balakote, Panjgrian, Naika and Manjakote areas.

    The spokesperson added that in the exchange of fire Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was grievously injured and succumbed to his injuries. Naseer, who belonged to Ajout village of Poonch district, leaves behind wife Wasim Akhtar, he said. Paying tributes to Naseer, the spokesman said he was a brave and sincere soldier who loved his job to the core. “The nation will always remain indebted to him for the supreme sacrifice and devotion to duty,” the spokesperson said. On July 12, two Jawans were killed in sniper fire by the Pakistani Army in Keran sector of north Kashmir.

    Earlier on July 8, two civilians were killed and some others injured when Pakistani Army violated ceasefire
    violation and resorted to mortar shelling and firing of small and automatic weapons targeting forward posts and hamlets along the LoC in the Poonch district.

    The deceased were Sepoy Mohmmad Shaukat of Territorial Army, who was visiting home on leave, and his wife Safia Bi.

    Meanwhile, last Sunday, the Pakistan Army targeted villages and forward posts along the LoC in Poonch sector with mortars and small arms fire overnight, damaging a trade facilitation centre and police barracks. A police officer told PTI that there was overnight heavy firing and shelling by Pakistani troops along the LoC in Poonch district and that it continued till 0100 hours.

    There have been 23 incidents of ceasefire violation, one BAT attack and two infiltration bids by Pakistan in June in which four people, including three jawans, were killed and 12 injured.

    Pakistan, on its part, had accused India on Thursday of committing at least 542 ceasefire violations so far in 2017, which they claim has resulted in the death of 18 people. Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria in a statement said the “belligerent attitude” of its neighbour is a threat to regional peace and security, adding that Pakistan shares international community’s “growing concern over the deteriorating situation along the Line of Control.”

    (with PTI inputs)

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    Pakistan violates ceasefire in J&K's Rajouri, 1 jawan martyred
    TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Updated: Jul 15, 2017, 06:36 PM IST
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    An Army jawan was martyred today after Pakistan army resorted to unprovoked firing along the LoC in Manjakot.
    Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was injured during the gunfight and succumbed to injuries on the way to hospital, police said.

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    Pakistan violates ceasefire in J&K's Rajouri, 1 jawan martyred
    NEW DELHI: A soldier was martyred after Pakistan army resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in Manjakot area of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri district on Saturday.

    Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer, 35-year-old from border district of Poonch in J&K, was hit during the firing and shelling by the Pakistani troops on the Indian forward posts, defence ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta said.

    "In the fire exchange, Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was grievously injured and succumbed to his injuries," the spokesman said, adding, "Naseer, who belonged to Ajout village of Poonch district, leaves behind wife Wasim Akhtar."

    There was Pakistani firing and shelling along the LoC in Balakote, Panjgrian, Naika and Manjakote areas.

    "Unprovoked firing from Pakistan's side started at around 1.40pm," he added.

    Paying tributes to Naseer, the spokesman said he was a brave and sincere soldier who loved his job to the core.


    "The nation will always remain indebted to him for the supreme sacrifice and devotion to duty," the spokesman added.


    On July 12, two Jawans were killed in sniper fire by the Pakistani Army in Keran sector of north Kashmir.


    The incident comes hours after security forces cornered three Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists in south Kashmir's Pulwama district. All three terrorists were killed today in a long-drawn-out gunfight with security personnel.

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    News agency ANI reports that soldier Lance Naik Mohammed Naseer was killed in unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan.
    Muslim killed by gunmen from muslim country. Don't expect any muslim or kashmiri to protest.
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